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caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> i'm a lawyer. a sheboygan falls mother... charged today with murdering her two- year-old son. police arrested katlyn kinateder thursday after finding the toddler lifeless in her avenue home. fox6s madeline anderson is live at the sheboygan county courthouse... where kinateder made her initial appearance. kinateder faces two felony charges... first degree intentional homicide and moving-hiding-burying a corpse of a child. initially... kinateder told dispatchers she had strangled her son, dexter kinateder. now prosecutors say the 27-year-old admitted to detectives that she placed a plastic grocery bag
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him. according to the criminal complaint... when officers arrived at her home... they found the child in a cardboard box. kinateder says she had stopped taken anti-depressants and anti-anxiety medication nine months ago and had 'lost her mind.' the district attorney anticipates kinateder will likely plead not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. "what that means is, mental health professionals have to determine whether she does suffer from mental disease or defect and in addition, that that particular condition either prevented her at knowing right from wrong or from controlling her behavior. " the judge set kinateders bond at 750-thousand-dollars. reportinging at the sheboygan county courthouse... madeline anderson fox6 news. brad thanks madeline. milwaukee police have identified the man shot and killed near 4th and chambers last night. police say 29-year-old carnelle adkins was shot and died on the
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shot. he was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. according to police, a fight earlier in the day may have led up to the shooting. milwaukee police have also identified the man killed near 24th place and capitol on friday. 20-year-old antonio patterson was shot and later died at the hospital. police say they are still looking for the person who a suspect. three people have been arrested.. connected to several meth lab discoveries in walworth county. the county's drug enforcement unit says three "so call sites were found in a 48-hour period last week. two were found in residences in delavan and whitewater. a third was reported in a public restroom near the lake como boat dock. so far, these are separate investigations and three arrests have been made. 'this is a trend that we saw years ago in iowa. it moved into western wisconsin, northern wisconsin and now it seems to be moving further east.'
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convicted felon and has a history of meth-related charges in indiana. a nightmare monday for travelers flying delta airlines. a massive computer outage early this morning grounded most of the six thousand daily flights for delta. the airline has outright canceled more than four hundred flights already today. the airline says the outage began at 2:30 this morning in atlanta. thousands of air travelers were inconvenienced by the computer glitch... including travelers here in milwaukee. the fox 6 newsroom with the latest for local travelers. bret? as you mentioned, delta had to ground more than 4-hundred flights across the globe... in milwaukee, delta passengers found themselves stranded here this morning. we talked to travelers... some said they were able to get on later flights. others say they'll try to fly out again tomorrow. delta's c-e-o took to twitter to release a statement on the troubles. the delta team is working very, very hard to restore and get these systems back, as quickly as possible. for those of you who have been inconvenienced, and
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have instituted system-wide waivers. according to deltas website, those waivers will allow delta fliers to avoid paying re-booking fees, until friday. the carrier is also providing refunds to passengers suffering significant delays, and cancellations. live in the newsroom, bl, fox6 news. brad thanks bret. we have a comfortable night ahead to start off the wo the temperature and humidity will start creeping back up. weather expert tom wachs is out on the weather deck. how's it look out there tom? thanks to the high pressure we've had in place the past couple of days, we'll stay mostly clear and quiet tonight. lows will be warm and comfortable in the upper 60s. heading into tuesday, we'll see a slow warming trend, with highs closer to 84. humidity will also steadily increase, although we'll stay mostly sunny through wednesday. tonight: mostly clear. low: 68 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 3-8 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. high:
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instant access to the interactive radar and fox6 weather forecast. you decide coverage now -- in detroit today, republican presidential candidate donald trump laid out his economic plan. he says it will get the american middle class back on its feet. steve nannes has this report from washington. donald trump, r presidential candidate we now begin a great national conversation about economic renewal for america.addressing the detroit economic club monday, donald trump kicked off the week fo plans -- and despite multiple protests throughout his speech, he hopes monday will serve as a reset for a campaign that is falling behind hillary clinton in the polls. donald trump, r presidential candidate she is the candidate of the past, ours is the campaign of the future.some of the details trump outlined today include: on taxes: lowering income tax rates and simplifying the tax code; reducing the number of tax brackets from seven to three; allowing families to deduct all of their childcare
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donald trump, r presidential candidate our current tax code is so burdensome and so complex that we waste nine-billion hours a year in tax code compliance.on trade: renegotiating nafta and withdrawing from the controversial t-p-p agreement; applying tariffs on goods from "countries that cheat". donald trump, r presidential candidate i want trade deals for our country that create more jobs and higher wage on government regulations: reviewing all current federal regulation and repealing the least critical ones; and issuing an executive order temporarily stopping all new federal agency regulations. clinton will present her own economic plans in detroit on thursday. in washington, i'm steve nannes. meanwhile, while touring a brewery in st. petersburg florida today, democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton responded to trump's economic plan. "it's really outrageous to me that somebody who claims to be so successful has done it by
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and plumbers and glass installers and marble installers and architects and even people who made drapery fabrics for his resort, his casino in las vegas." in the race for u-s representative -- house speaker paul ryan makes two stops today in south east wisconsin. he's making his final push for wisconsin's tomorrow's primary. ryan is in a primary race against republican paul nehlen kneel-in ,nehlen has been praised by donald trump, but trump endorsed ryan on friday. tomorrow-- voters will also weigh in on the u-s senate race. democratic candidate russ feingold will face off against political newcomer "scott harbach" of kenosha. the winner will face incumbent republican senator ron johnson today -- johnson was in hartland -- speaking at an event about opioid abuse. feingold was also in waukesha
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fox6 has team coverage of all the key races in tuesday's partisan primary. plus, we'll have election results on fox6 news at 9 and 10 and online at fox6now.com. mcdonald's is going high tech to stay current with fast food lovers. this new restaurant in missouri has customizable order kiosks and high tech play areas. customers can order a specialty buns for lettuce wraps, all with just a few taps of their fingers. once an order is ready, an employee delivers the food to each table. franchise owners say the changes are part of creating a full restaurant service experience. this location also offers endless fries. ad lib about high tech mcdonald's . coming up on fox 6 news at four... a family who lost their children to a fire.. how they're giving back to the community that supported them.
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our city.
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grabbing a chicago-style hot dog
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your phone. portillo's now has a mobile app. the chicago-based restaurant just opened its first wisconsin location in brookfield. customers can use the app to order food for pick-up at any of the company's 44 locations. the restaurant offers five-dollars off an order of 15-dollars or more through the app. on our facebook page, debbie deblak says, "the locations in illinois always have long lines, but they are very efficient with their servc she says, "the crowds will never die down that is how good the food is." only on fox 6-- a bay view man quits his job in an attempt to make milwaukee history. his goal--- change the city flag of milwaukee fox 6 photojournalist joe wagener and reporter ben handelman show you how he soon found a lot of help. thank you for having us in here.
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and put it on paper--- i think it will be fun. for months, there have been presentations ? we are a true melting pot of people and we have been since day 1. just like this one it should be effective and handsome. it should look good. a city wide call--- for something new. flags are symbols. they are meant to symbolize greater themes. steve kodis' idea has been rattling in his brain for months. any audience that would take me, i would talk to them. i didnt care. the graphic designer is asking people to re-imagine--- cant say i was familiar with our flag before hand. we are really hoping this will be the final conversation on our flag to adopt for the greater good. he has asked designers, students, anyone--- to send in their ideas. its very impactful to see all of them out, physically together. and boy did they. in milwaukee's third ward--- entries seem endless, in an upstairs office space. all in all we ended up with 1,006 designs. kodis, has gathered a team, to narrow the field. i might be a little overwhelmed and carrying these designs into my dreams ha ha. to understand why there is a desire to create a new flag---
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the milwaukee city flag was designed by an alderman in 1954. and what he did was he took all the elements and kind of rolled it out on a sheet of paper, and it became the flag. unfortunately milwaukees flag is an excellent bad example of flag design. the problem was he thew so much stuff in there, that it kind of just dies of its own weight. haha. we asked people to rate the design qualities of 150 city flags. and milwaukee came in 147th. flag expert ted kaye and milwaukee historian john gurda, among the were looking for a unique symbol. a unique color pallet. with very strong symbolism. each design they pick up-- i guess what i am looking for is movement, beauty, and meaning. or i like a lot of the angles. you can seea similarity between those two. moves on to the next round. i truly believe we deserve to have a great flag. something that were proud of. slowly--- but surely--- hundreds of designs--- are narrowed down. id like to welcome you on behalf of the aiga, and greater together. and unveiled. this started as a very simple idea. that milwaukee is a great city with a great future and in turn, needs a great flag. then in the corner there is a blue stripe also which represents the
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his entry. i drew like 50 of them because i was bored one day. and im a student so i was taking a study break, so i started drawing different flags. he's made the top 50. today is an unbelievable day. kodis was never sure, they'd make it this far--- the last two efforts to redesign the flag, the city was involved. those efforts failed. so something unconventional had to happen this time around. something, like taking a personal risk-- i decided to quit my day job so i could lead is initiative full time. ving it your la hopee communityt sort of yelling it out to the rld. and it turned into somethi. with v-i-p's in the crowd--- 5 finalists are revealed. its milwaukees past presen andutuov th v-i-p's in the crowd--- 5 finalist its milwaukees past present and future, moving in a positive direction. there is just one thing left to do. the people's flag of milwaukee---must be decided by you. an online vote--- leading us here. decision day--- on flag day.
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nearvous. excitied an idea--- that's become reality. a new flag to represent our city, hoping for strong winds of support to adopt this new symbol of milwaukee. with photojournalist joe wagener, ben handelman, fox 6 news. the winning flag is called "sunrise over the lake" the people's flag of milwaukee is now working to try and get elected officials to adopt it as the official city flag. want to learn more about the design, head to fox six now dot com -- or your fox six news mobile app, and click on "links." it's the movie everyone is talking about. and it finally hit theaters last weekend. next -- how jared leto prepared for the iconic role of the joker. here's a live look outside from our city center camera looking down water street in downtown milwaukee. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is up next with a
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thanks to the high pressure we've had in place the past couple of days, we'll stay mostly clear and quiet tonight. lows will be warm and comfortable in the upper 60s. heading into tuesday, we'll see a slow warming trend, with highs closer to 84. humidity will also steadily mostly sunny through wednesday. tonight: mostly clear. low: 68 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 3-8 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. high: 84
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you going to do are you going to kill me mr. j? what? oh i'm not going to kill you, i'm just going to hurt
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why so serious? the latest movie out of the dc comics universe -- "suicide squad" -- hit theaters this past weekend. our gino salomone talked to jared leto about taking on the iconic role of the joker. ad lib to bite were going to portray the joker? i still don't know if i know the answer to that. i think it's always evolving. you know the joker is a conundrum lost in a cornucopia wrapped up inside some strange riddle in a puzzle box but that's what's fun about it is the mystery is the journey trying to figure out
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coming up on fox 6 news at four... increasing the fridge-life of your produce.
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while most students are enjoying the last few weeks of summer, today was back to school for some in milwaukee. fox6's carl deffenbaugh has more on day one of another year-round school year. it's new at four. surrounded by friends, family and even bango from the bucks, students at ralph metcalfe school had all the pomp and circumstance befitting the first day of school. 'i popped up th my alarm clock just with excitement for the first day.' back to school on august 8th is early for most students in milwaukee, but metcalfe - along with 10 other schools in the system - are on a year-round schedule. more time off throughout the school year means a shorter summer break. 'this really gives us a chance to get them early so we dont have as much of a gap in the summertime, making sure that right away, as soon as august hits, theyre back in class ready to learn.' but even on a
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work gets done away from the classroom. 'they spend most of their time with their families. so the better partnership that we have with our parent, the better. because the learning they have here will carry over into the home.' because even when that learning starts earlier than normal, teachers hope it never stops. carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. south milwaukee police are investigating a motorcycle crash from overnight. they responded to the area near 5th and manistique just after the hospital with serious injuries. he did not have a passenger. the dodge county sheriff has identified the man who was shot and killed by a deputy in beaver dam friday night. according to the sheriff's office, 59- year-old james quealy was killed when he shot at police. quealy apparently wanted to die at the hands of officers. the shooting happened at the spring lake apartments in beaver dam near highway 151. the deputy who shot quealy is a nine-year veteran of the sheriff's office. the wisconsin department of
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more than one hundred firefighters battle a huge fire at a nightclub in london. the club, a recycling center, and several other industrial buildings caught fire this morning. smoke could be seen for miles. the nightclub, studio three thirty-eight is one of the city's most famous clubs. firefighters rescued one man from the fire before taking him to the hospital. at least 60 people are dead following a bombing in pakistan. the blast happened today outside a government run hospital... right at ?housing the emergency ward of the hospital. no one has claimed responsibility for the attack ... in addition to the deaths ... dozens of others were injured. an american and australian have been kidnapped in afghanistan. officials say five gunmen wearing military uniforms abducted the two from their vehicle near the american university of afghanistan in kabul last night. the two are professors of the university. the driver and a bodyguard were left unhurt. no one has yet claimed responsibility for the
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underway... after a 12-year-old boy dies on the world's tallest water slide. police say caleb schwab -- the son of a kansas state lawmaker -- was on the vuh-root verruckt slide at shlitt-er-bahn schlitterbahn in kansas city, when it happened.the slide is down by riding on a raft.. and going down the slide can reach a speed of 70 miles per hour. police are still trying to determine what exactly went wrong. ?water park ?officials could not say when was the last time the slide had a saet say each ride is tested daily. lunquist says: "i freaked out. i ran full speed towards the slide, and i was stopped and i was told i wasn't allowed to go past." the water slide has a minimum age requirement of 14 years old ... the victim was only ten years old. a girl's 15th birthday party turned sinister in san francisco on saturday. public health officials are trying to figure out what made more than a dozen people sick her birthday party. 19 people who attended the party
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symptms palpitations, shortness of breath, a rash and even a swollen tongue. officials are looking at tainted gummy candy as a possible cause. baxter says: "they all ate a gummy circle type candy that was wrapped in plastic baggies, so it doesn't have a brand name associated or not." officials believe the candy was actually edible marijuana, after 12 of the patients tested positive for t-h-c. the san francisco fire department says it'll issue a public safety message as soon as the source of the illness is known. the news room with some stories coming up on fox six news at five. we are sharing stories from this weekend's brett favre celebration- but there's still one more to tell. coming up... see the incredible lengths one family went to, for the chance to see the newest addition to the pro football hall of fame. also... a man dies while staying at the milwaukee county mental health complex in 20-12. now his family
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were being ignored before his death. those stories and more are about twenty minutes away on fox six news at five. steph thanks bret. in the wake of their own tragedy a sheboygan falls family is giving back. a fire took the lives of three of their children. the family home-- destroyed. the community wrapped its arms around the family-- fox 6's ashley sears explains how they plan to pay it forward. tragedy-- the corner of bemis and western-- now sits vacant-- three flower pots--occupy the land that one family hopes continues to see love. 23:40 its humbling and a great honor. in late january-- fire ripped through a home here-- nats taking the lives of 11-year-old natalie martin, 7-year-old carter maki, and 10- year-old ben martin. nats: vigil the sheboygan falls community wrapped its arms around the
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back. 29:33 when despair really wouldve held back a lot of families, they saw the gift and saw the blessing and are committed to paying it forward. the makis have donated the land where that house once sat-- giving it to habitat for humanity. 24:44 their wish is in the future to provide opportunity and when they drive by to see another family the future. habitat will now search for a new family-- nats bringing happiness back to a place that once held so many memories. ashley sears, fox6 news. habitat for humanity won't start building until a new family is chosen for the property. it expects to break ground next summer. a colorful sight in colombia's second largest city. hundreds of people lining the streets of medellin yesterday for the start of an annual floral fair. this is the 59th annual festival of the flower exhibitors. participants could be seen carrying large, round arrangements of
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330 pounds. it's often a hot topic of debate... are video games bad for your brain? coming up on fox six news at four... the new study that may surprise you... plus -- keeping your produce fresher longer. here's a live look outside right now. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is in next with
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feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. johnson: i've always said i'll be the calmest guy on my election night. i win either way. narrator: if he loses, senator johnson falls back on the ten million dollar bonus he paid himself as ceo. a big corporate payout for him. johnson: i've always said... i win either way. narrator: if he wins, he gets another six years to support
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all to benefit corporations and multi-millionaires like him. johnson: i win either way. narrator: if johnson wins, wisconsin loses. we throw away an awful lot of food. the average american of food a year, according to the department of agriculture. much of that is produce. consumer reports checked out how you can make your produce last. jenna sachs has a look in this contact 6 report. we know fruits and vegetables are good for us. but more than half the produce we buy ends up in the garbage. whats the best way to keep food fresh and stop the waste? consumer reports tested seven
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dollars and the rubbermaid fresh works, also 20 dollars.they were filled with raspberries, strawberries, baby leafy greens, and head lettuce. testers also stored samples in their original clamshell containers. they were left in a refrigerator and checked regularly. the greens in the oxo good grips held up well. and the strawberries in the rubbermaid looked better than the others. but is it worth buying special containers? "overall, we found that none of the containers ke much fresher than the original clamshell." however, consumer reports says the refrigerator itself can make a difference. produce thats stored in a dual- evaporative refrigerator - one that chills the freezer and refrigerator sections separately - lasts longer. but any refrigerator can do a better job if you store foods in the right place. "the best move is to store fruits and vegetables in low and high humidity bins in the refrigerator when you bring them home." for
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high-humidity drawer. the low-humidity drawer is best for most fruits. and some produce should never go into the refrigerator. tomatoes do best stem side down on the counter. keep potatoes and onions separate, because gases from the onions will cause the potatoes to sprout. bread will last longer if you keep it in the freezer, not the refrigerator. take out what you need as you go along. it just takes a few minutes to thaw. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. remember -- if you have a consumer issue or an investiga on your screen or file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox 6 now dot com. tom wachs is on the weather deck. thanks to the high pressure we've had in place the past couple of days, we'll stay mostly clear and quiet tonight. lows will be warm and
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tuesday, we'll see a slow warming trend, with highs closer to 84. humidity will also steadily increase, although we'll stay mostly sunny through wednesday. the hottest days of the week, as our highs jump back to the upper 80s. heat indices will feel like the 90s. storm chances return thursday through saturday. we should dry
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the weekend. tonight: mostly clear. low: 68 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 3-8 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. high: 84 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny, hot and humid. 85 lakeside. am low: 70 high: 88 dewpoint: 69 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny, hot and humid low: 70 high: 89 dewpoint: 72 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 75 high: 87 dewpoint: 73 wind: w-n 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 68 high: 77 dewpoint: 68 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny, cooler. am
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asthma is a long-term condition that affects many for their entire life... but a new pill could be changing that. it is the first new asthma pill in almos effective in reducing symptoms... the study put 61 people into two groups -- one given the pill and the other, a placebo pill. it showed that patients with moderate to severe asthma who took the drug had much less inflammation of the throat. the next steps are to test the pill in late- stage clinical trials on patients with severe asthma. video games may be unfairly getting a bad reputation. a new study finds teens who game regularly score higher than average
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other hand -- teens who spent more time on facebook -- scored worse than average in math. the study - published in the international journal of communication --looked at the activities and test scores of 12-thousand teens. the study concluded that further research on how children learn from the games-- could improve teaching methods. a new twist on the als ice bucket challenge -- and it can only happen in wisconsin. that's larry kaplan -- and he's covered in cheese sauce! 30 days to raise money for a-l-s. in lieu of buckets of ice water, larry will be filling his buckets with substances local to each state, such as chili in texas and salmon in alaska and of course cheese in wisconsin. this stop brought him to the mars cheese castle in kenosha. "when i see the patients, i see the families and i just see that look in their eye. that's why i'm doing this. i'm doing this for them." kaplan will continue his trip --
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flying to alaska and hawaii, before finally arriving in the philadelphia area tomorrow, august 30. the utah national guard has its first female general. general christine burckle was promoted during a special ceremony at wright air national guard base saturday morning. she now commands 14-hundred personnel in the 151st air refueling motivate other woman to follow their dreams. "and i just have to say to those young women out there...you can be anything you want to be. don't let anyone tell you you can't. if you work hard, you can do it." general burckle has been in the military for more than two decades. you may remember last year -- when a 14-year-old boy from dallas was arrested for bringing a clock to school.
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and his former school for discrimination. ahmed mohamed was arrested and questioned by police last year, when a teacher mistook his clock for a bomb. he was suspended for three days and eventually moved to qatar. his lawyers say he was not allowed to have his parents present during the interrogation... a clear violation of his civil rights. an attorney accuses the irving independent school district of discrimination because mohamed is african-american and muslim. she says the district has a history of over-disciplining minorities. " if you are black or african-american in the irving school district, you are twice disciplined, suspended, than if you're white and that's been going on for years and they know about it. mohamed is not seeking any specific amount.. .leaving it up to a jury to decide... but claims he has lost his creativity because of what happened. dozens more families in southern california are left hoping they will have homes to return to. a new
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the san bernardino national forest. as of today -- it is only five percent contained. named the "pilot fire" -- it is now 45- hundred acres and has caused mandatory evacuations. hundreds of firefighters are currently battling the blaze. so far-- no homes have been burned and no injuries reported. new york yankees star alex rodriguez will play his last game this friday -- and with that, tickets prices are surging. the average resale price is up 500- percent. a-rod announced yesterday he was before the announcement-- ticket prices were around 75-dollars-- they now sit at more than 450-dollars on average. rodriguez was suspended in 20-14 for using performance enhancing drugs. he played in the league for 22 years. walmart is bringing the fight to amazon. the company announcing today that it is buying online-only shopping website "jet-dot-com" for three-billion dollars. the retail-giant plans on using the software to help lower prices. they also hope to
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deal is expected to be finalized by the end of the year. as a band -- they've been together for more than 40 years -- but they just played their first music festival. the muppets house band -- dr. teeth and the electric mayhem -- was one of the acts sunday at the outside lands festival in san francisco. they opened for third eye blind, chance the rapper and lionel richie. their 25-minute set included picture that?" and a cover of the beatles' song -- "with a little help from my friends,". the italian coast guard rescued and revived a kitten that was drowning. a group of kids spotted the cat struggling in the sea. that's when a patrolling officer sprang into action and dove in to save him. when brought aboard the ship -- the kitten was given mouth-to-mouth
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started coughing up water and breathing. he has since been adopted by the marsala maritime district and named "charlie". there's plenty of places to grab a burger in wisconsin. but that doesn't mean they're all the same. coming up -- the special anniversary being celebrated by the oldest burger joint in the
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5. the oldest roadside burger stand in the state is now 100 years-old. thousands of people stopped by wedl's way-dulls in jefferson over the weekend to celebrate the milestone. fox 6's kim murphy takes a look at what has made the little burger shack a fan
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tradition in jefferson. "car nats" across the street from the church... "number 51" ...wedl's burgers... "wedl you try em!" ...are religion. "heaven on a bun." the little red stand celebrated it's 100th anniversary the only way it knows how... "it's worth waiting in line for." "they're just.. they're that good." "this town, this community prides itself on this." robby wedl's family owns wedl's. "it's kinda unique to be a part of it and to carry it onto the next generation." a history that started with malcom fischer's grandp would be very proud today to see what they've done with it." each bite, brings him back. "oh they make them just the way they used to." sizzles "i recall in the 40's buying a burger for ten cents and eating it while walking on the way home." "it's just someplace that people come to jefferson to get wedl's burgers." what's the secret recipe?.... the community. "we wouldn't be able to keep doing this for another hundred years without
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"it just keeps getting busier and busier." kim murphy fox 6 news. a day of delays and cancellations. delta airlines -- the largest american airline -- grounding all flights across the globe today. the airline says an overnight power outage at a facility near its headquarters in atlanta led to a computer meltdown. hundreds of flights had to be canceled while thousands were delayed for hours. and that is our big story this evening... the delays and cancellations continue for delta passengers around the world.. and right here in milwaukee. fox six's justin williams talked
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he's live at general mitchell international airport at this point there are still a couple of cancellations on the flight boards here. there are also delays ranging from mere minutes, to several hours. but the duration of those delays is dwindling. you gotta take it as it comes. the problem is that delta's planes are neither coming, nor going, at milwaukee's general mitchell international airport, monday morning. i've already checked-in. i've already got my boarding passes, but, actually, going anywhere. in a statement, deltas c-e-o says the company lost power at around 2- 30, monday morning-- which leads delta to implement a system-wide shutdown. normally, you'll get a notification on your phone, that the flights are delayed. there's no notification, 'cuz there's a system-wide outage, so they can't even notify you. bryan koutsky says he's flown more than a million miles with delta, but explains even with his status as a delta diamond, hes in the rough. you have this special hotline to call, and they're saying it's between and hour, and and hour and 20
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normally, someone picks- up the phone, right away. i don't wanna switch, if i still have a flight, going out. i don't mind a delay, just tell me its a delay. i got a little brother to get. delta is based in atlanta, and the companys energy supplier, georgia power, released a statement indicating a delta equipment failure is what caused the power outage. this is the latest, at general mitchell williams, fox 6 news.

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